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Got to sell one...but which ?

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by trumpetier, Feb 27, 2014.

  1. trumpetier

    trumpetier Pro Poster

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    Got a AA410, a 400 and a 200, one has got to go, all are great guns.I no its down to me to decide but its so bloody hard....just when i think i no which one to sell i change my mind..its driving me mad:eek:...i swore i would never sell the 200 but its looking like the most likely candidate. Which ever i choose i no i will regret it but keeping three pcp,s is not an option. I have said it before, but it would be so much easier to own just one gun....less headaches for sure:D
     
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    If the 410 is a .177 then id get rid of the 400 as you can get a single shot adapter for the 410

    That way you can keep the S200 ... i love my S200 so know how you feel
     
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    I agree
     
  4. trumpetier

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    no the 410 is a .22 my first and only pcp in that calibre....i only hunt so i thought it would be good to have a pcp in both calibres. But i keep going round in circles lol :(
     
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    S400 ... heavier than the 200 with a higher shot count of about 60 useable shots
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    S200 ... lighter than the 400 with a shot count of about 43 useable shots

    If you only hunt then my choice would be get rid of the S400 for the simple fact is that the S200 is lighter to carry round and 43 useable shots is good for a short hunt. If you need more then you have the S410.
     
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    sell them all to me for a fiver :p ...I'd get rid of the 400 personally you got a 410 no need for it
     
  7. gasman

    gasman Up a bit,,,,,,,

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    me too, but I'd sell the s200 too
     
  8. trumpetier

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    just to add the 410 is the classic so longer for hunting than the 400 which is the carbine. The 400 has the rowan multi shot on it, i got an extra bracket so i could use the mag on the 200 but its really fiddly to use as there is not much room, were as its easy to use on the 400. Yes i could get the AA multi system for the 200 but i have had them in the past and not keen on them. So basicaly the 200 is a single shot and the other two multi... so better for hunting BUT i love the 200 so you can start to see the difficulties im having :D
     
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    yep your in a pickle mate....
     
  10. trumpetier

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    lol...worth a try bud :D
     
  11. trumpetier

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    bloody guns........i would sell them all and just stick with a springer....oh ye, tried that one before :D
     
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    You dont want to shift the 200 clearly, get rid of the 400 ... job done
     
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    sell ALL THREE and buy ONE good rifle and scope with the proceeds. You might even have enough for a springer to tide you over if the PCP was in the workshop. Just to keep you shooting.
     
  14. trumpetier

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    Are you saying all my rifles are shxxe ?:eek::eek::eek:....outrageous :D
     

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